Is this a human invention. Gears! You would thinks so!

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PostMon Nov 18, 2013 2:33 am » by Toxic32


I like most of you would have thought that the invention of gears was a purely mechanical thing and we could attribute it's invention to human ingenuity. Not so. As ever we were beaten to it by nature. Jet propulsion, acid used by ants for defence, electricity used by electric else, armour, flight, Knives, swords, even sound used as a weapon by a fucking shrimp....But by far there is something that puts the shits up me, one of nature ultimate strategies. Imagine this fungus infecting our body and controlling our behaviour so that they could reproduce. It would make the mould on your bread or cheese take on a different perspective. Don't we think we are clever fucks...Keep your friends close but keep your enemies closer. I can understand the saying be one with nature. One other thing when did we create a nuclear reaction?



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PostMon Nov 18, 2013 4:42 am » by Temps13


The baby insects are the only functional gears identified in nature..
I wouldnt of thought it possible thats just amazing..it's like the plans for these or the potential is encoded in the seeds,as if they were designed..as if the eukaryotes & prokaryotes that seed planets & eventually result in a cambrian type explosion are encoded with the potential of the 26 phyla...
or did they result in 26 phyla on Earth alone..
ie do they result in the same phyla everywhere or are the 26 phyla on Earth just ones that happened here? Amazing that we can even ask such questions
I would love to know how it does work..how can it work?
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PostMon Nov 18, 2013 12:30 pm » by Toxic32


I can't even imagine how gears could evolve. I never been one too believe in fairy tales but the more I look at this type of unique evidence the more I'm starting to think maybe I should take another look at the grand design theory. :think:
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PostMon Nov 18, 2013 1:46 pm » by Phoenix rising


Toxic32 wrote:I can't even imagine how gears could evolve. I never been one too believe in fairy tales but the more I look at this type of unique evidence the more I'm starting to think maybe I should take another look at the grand design theory. :think:



Its funny toxic because when i read the Roswell alien interview transcripts the ET stated that everything was designed in a lab of sorts, designed for certain conditions and seeded wherever it was habitable for it to be, i'm not saying i believe it but its food for thought :flop:

incidentally i posted this a while back and it got no attention, :headscratch: nice to have a recap and I think it's really fascinating :flop:
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PostMon Nov 18, 2013 7:47 pm » by Slith


Phoenix rising wrote:
Toxic32 wrote:I can't even imagine how gears could evolve. I never been one too believe in fairy tales but the more I look at this type of unique evidence the more I'm starting to think maybe I should take another look at the grand design theory. :think:



Its funny toxic because when i read the Roswell alien interview transcripts the ET stated that everything was designed in a lab of sorts, designed for certain conditions and seeded wherever it was habitable for it to be, i'm not saying i believe it but its food for thought :flop:

incidentally i posted this a while back and it got no attention, :headscratch: nice to have a recap and I think it's really fascinating :flop:


It is very fascinating. It's amazing what mankind has learned and created from nature. It's also amazing what they have learned and destroyed in the same breath
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PostMon Nov 18, 2013 9:50 pm » by DarkHeart


Great vids :cheers:

Any off-road enthusiast will tell you that this is a "diff lock", incredible, a Land Rover beetle :lol:


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